3 Parks near Lady Lake, Florida
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Sandy lots for RVs with small yappy dogs all around you.
Wifi only in or near the office.
Received an electric bill for previous tenants, not managed well.
Couldn't get a dish TV connection. Considered buying a MH that was for sale but after several unanswered questions from the office I was approved but wasn't allowed because I have a Labrador that doesn't bark. Such a waste of time for us and the owner. Was then informed by the owner that the office play's favorites. Best to drive past this place and go to another park on 466. - Reenie
Aug 2014 - $32.00
Laundry machines were all rusty. Mostly older park models. They put daily and weekly right by road and dumpsters with no screening and a noisy pump that runs most of the time. Office and computer room so small there is not room for more than 2 people at a time. WiFi does not even work in computer room. People walking and driving through sights instead of taking the road, all the time. - mountainfan
Mar 2014 - $40.00
This is mostly a retirement park with about 400 permanent sites. There are less than 30 sites set aside for overnight stays, some shaded. The staff is friendly, and we would stay there again as it's very close to who we visit. It's an old park. They will give you the Good Sam discount if you ask for it, but they're not a member. The bathrooms are old and not in good shape. Out of five showers, only two worked. Out of five sinks, two had no water. The water pressure was poor in the bathrooms and at our RV site. The sites were quite level and the power posts in good shape with consistent 50 amp service for the four days we stayed there. Free coffee and donuts in the morning. - grizzz
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Beautiful park, set up to support equine events, therefore lots of open space for horses and events. Also now have dog events. Our site was a concrete pull thru site with patios and picnic tables. The site was level with easy in and out for big rigs. Grounds are clean! We stayed here on an event week, but it was still quiet. Staff is very friendly and helpful. They built dog runs for large and small dogs, and also have lots of green area to walk dogs. The laundry room is small, but efficient. There is a museum and cafe on property. There is no pool or playground, however the lodge has a pool table. There is also a fishing pond. There is no shade on the sites, however they planted trees, so that will come in a few years. The park is located a distance off I-75, and the back roads are narrow to the RV entrance. We had no issues with a 40' motor home and tow, just took it slow around corners. Would highly recommend if staying in the area more then a night! We stay here a few times a year when coming in and out of Florida. - KKColorado
Apr 2016 - $36.00
$36 per night (was the monthly rate, we stayed from mid-November until the beginning of April, usual nightly rate was $50-$65 depending on the site, they do have weekly and monthly rates and they do offer Good Sam and FMCA discounts on nightly rates) was for a level grass back-in site with full hookups. The site also had an asphalt/gravel parking area for our tow car and a concrete pad with a wooden picnic table. Our site, #28, was completely in the open, which was fine during our overwinter stay. The pull-through and some back-in sites were all concrete pads with a grassy strip between the sites. The facility is well maintained and very attractive. It's a 400-acre horse farm that had decided to add RV sites to encourage visitation. All employees we encountered were wonderful!. It was usually a very quiet campground during our stay. They do have equestrian events (free to attend) on many weekends where the campground fills up but it was never overly noisy. There are many amenities available, which you can find listed on their website. There is a carriage museum on site, which has many carriages from many different periods. The park is located near The Villages, which has every imaginable convenience or activity available within a short driving distance. The included Wi-Fi worked well. AT&T and Verizon service was great. We received 34 digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
Feb 2016 - $55.00
We stayed here a week while visiting friends who live in The Villages. The resort is part of a horse area and grounds, with 45 sites on one end. One MUST use the Griffin Ave. entrance to get big rigs to the RV area. Sites are paved and very spacious. Grounds are beautiful.The clubhouse (showers, laundry, TV) was nice. We would love to see cable TV added as channel choices were very limited in scope. The carriage museum on the grounds is very interesting! Very handy to The Villages main access roads. Sites are self check-in - find your site number and then info will be delivered to you. - gbburgess
Apr 2016 - $50.00
Nice older park with clean facilities and a large recreation center. My one and only complaint is short stay RVers park on dirt with no patio. - Grouper
Mar 2016 - $31.00
This was our first time staying, so the free day reduced our weekly rate to $222.45. Normal rate would be closer to $37 a day. You can never be bored here! They have eight pickleball courts divided into four for intermediate and four for advanced. We didn't use the pool or hot tub but it looked lovely. Tons to do in the area as it's next to The Villages. You do need to pay for the Wifi separately, but at least it was available. They provide cable hookups which we skipped since we have a tailgater and had a nice open clear sky. Many of the sites in the park are shaded.
Lot spacing was spacious with sunny/open exposure. Site surface was grass and featured a picnic table. - Da Keeffes
Jan 2016 - $50.00
Grass. Sand sites. Could have more concrete sites. Many ants in sand. Water hook up, PVC poorly maintained sewer hookup hard since in a cement Hole. Adequate room between sites But tons of oak trees and limbs fall in storms.
Office hours short, mail room run by Grumpy Ole Man. - Casy